After the Georgia offense failed to convert a fourth down, senior Damian Swann stepped up big for the Bulldogs with this pick….
What might have been a Georgia Tech touchdown turned into a stunning Georgia score Saturday afternoon. With the Yellow Jackets facing third-and-goal from the 2-yard line, quarterback Justin Thomas attempted to sneak across the goal line only to be met by a wall of Bulldogs. While Thomas struggled to cross the line, the officials let the play continue, despite his forward progress...
Things were going so well for Georgia Tech…driving down the field going for a touchdown in the third quarter to take a lead over hated rival Georgia. The Jackets forget the first rule of football…hold on to the ball! Damian Swann for the Bulldogs reminded them of such by taking the ball 99 yards to […]
There’s still a lot of football that needs to be played, but we already have an early frontrunner for the craziest play of the day. Georgia Tech had the ball on Georgia’s two yard line. The Yellow Jackets tried to run the ball up the middle with QB Justin Thomas, but there was a scrum right on the goal line as Thomas tried to force himself into the end zone. Bulldogs CB Damian...
This game has seen three fumbles on the goal line, two by Georgia and now one by Georgia Tech… http://t.co/f17uMcv0SV — CFBZ (@CFBZ) November 29, 2014
Georgia may be in a bit of trouble on the road against South Carolina, but for at least one moment, the Bulldogs looked like the aggressor in Columbia. UGA’s Damian Swann absolutely lit up Gamecocks wideout Nick Jones, who had just hauled in a 25-yard reception from quarterback Dylan Thompson. It appears that he led with his shoulder too – so it wasn’t as dirty a play as many...
The defense looked very impressive in the second half against Clemson—after they settled down and got comfortable. And it was clear that the numerous substitutions being made during the game played a role in how fresh the line looked late;… Read more → The post Georgia Football: Damian Swann, “You…gotta do everything right” Against South Carolina appeared first on The...
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) College football's inaugural playoff is more than four months away. Still, it's never too early to start impressing the selection committee. For No. 12 Georgia and No. 16 Clemson, that opportunity comes the very first week of the season. In a game that looks a bit like the Iowa caucuses during a presidential election year, two powerhouse teams about 80 miles apart...
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